Edisto, South Carolina
7:18 pm, July 18, 2024
temperature icon 90°F
clear sky
Humidity 60 %
Pressure 1013 mb
Wind 12 mph
Wind Gust: 17 mph
Visibility: 0 km
Sunrise: 6:26 am
Sunset: 8:32 pm
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Featured Attractions


Stop by to pick up a souvenir or spend part of your trip with us on an amazing tour of the island


Good times, friendly people and even better local food


Experience one of South Carolina's most popular beach destinations


Arnold Palmer was right ... life really is better when you are golfing!


Come visit for a while. You may stay a lifetime.


Enjoy one of the 'last great places' where there is nothing like a walk in our park


Our local proprietors have one goal - to make Edisto feel like home for you too!


Whatever you are looking for, you will find it here


Create the memories of a lifetime on your special day

About Edisto

Your Family Vacation Destination

Welcome to Edisto Beach and Edisto Island, a piece of paradise where you can enjoy a fabulous, relaxed stay and a lifestyle you’ll find nowhere else.

Here, you can enjoy over four miles of sandy beaches with thirty-two public access points along the way. Each one strategically located at the end of a side street.

While Edisto Beach is a popular vacation spot for travelers, it is also home to approximately 800 year-round residents. The entire island is part of the ACE Basin National Wildlife Preserve and because of our low crime rate, our hometown’s population continues to grow.  Edisto residents and visitors enjoy an exceptional quality of life with an abundance of natural surroundings and nostalgia of days past. 

A variety of shops, restaurants and service-oriented businesses offer conveniences that allow residents to stay close to home for shopping and everyday needs.

Edisto Beach is proud to be a thriving small town like the one you may remember from your childhood. Our hometown is a place where you can escape the hustle and become part of our friendly community.

It’s no wonder it is sometimes called “Mayberry by the Sea.”